Getting Back to NatureKuranda Camping

There’s two beautiful camgrounds located around Kuranda the Village in the Rainforest. The closest is the Speewah Trailhead and Campground (Guwulu), which is the starting point for all the major trails in Barron Gorge National Park.

The isolated landscaped campground has three tent-sites, parking for three campervans, gas barbecues and an amenities block with a cold shower. Signs at the trailhead indicate where the walks start. This is an e-permit camping area. All camping must be booked in advance; self-registration is no longer available. Camping is only permitted in the camping area/camp site(s) you have booked. For a breakdown on fees, please visit the National Park website https://parks.des.qld.gov.au

A Little Further AfieldDavies Creek National Park

Davies Creek National Park, also known as Dinden Forest Reserve, is 28km from Kuranda. The park, which is situated on Davies Creek, is a popular destination for travellers and locals. The creek is a wonderful area for nature lovers and kids, with crystal clear pools between granite boulders that create rapids and natural rockslides.

The maximum length of stay is 22 days. There are several wood-fuelled barbecues under the trees beside the creek for day-trippers and campers – wood is provided. There are three camping areas beyond the falls; each area has two campsites and a shared toilet.

This is an e-permit camping area. All camping must be booked in advance; self-registration is no longer available. Camping is only permitted in the camping area/camp site(s) you have booked. For a breakdown on fees, please visit the National Park website https://parks.des.qld.gov.au

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